LEGO Dimensions será o novo competidor de jogos baseados em miniaturas, nos mesmos moldes de Skylanders, Disney Infinity e de certa forma os amiibos da Nintendo.

O preço do jogo com o set inicial e o portal sairá por 99,99 dólares em todas as plataformas. Além disso, há todos os add-ons que serão lançados.

A “Wave 1” estará disponível no lançamento e somada dá em torno de 200 dólares. A “Wave 2” chegará em dezembro, enquanto que a “Wave 3” em janeiro, “Wave 4” em março e “Wave 5” em maio.

Cada “Wave” é formada de Level Packs, que adiciona fases e personagens através de miniaturas, e Team Packs, com apenas personagens.

Apesar de existir planos até maio, a desenvolvedora TT Games não planeja parar com os add-ons e espera continuar isso até pelo menos 2018.

Ou seja, o portal usado não precisa ser atualizado pelos jogadores e apenas novos pacotes devem ser adquiridos. Não fica claro, porém, se não existirá um LEGO Dimensions 2, sem a necessidade de adquirir um novo portal, por exemplo.

De qualquer forma, será possível fazer 100% no jogo (e obter o troféu de Platina no caso dos usuários de PlayStation) apenas com o pacote inicial.

Paralelo a isso, confira abaixo as notas que o jogo vem recebendo. Seu lançamento será neste domingo, 27 de setembro:

Game Informer – 8.8
 

Despite the extraneous content, Lego Dimensions is a hit. I haven't laughed this much playing a video game in a long time. I couldn’t wait to see what would happen next, and my wife even sat in to watch the story unfold in crazy ways. Whether you just purchase the core set or go bonkers purchasing figures, Lego Dimensions delivers big thrills and fun playability both in the game and on your living-room floor.


God is a Geek – 8.5
 

LEGO Dimensions is going to be an expensive hobby, because despite a few minor issues it's a joy to build things before you put them into the game, and is one of the best games in the series yet.

Gamespot – 8
 

In the first few hours of LEGO Dimensions play time with my six-year-old son, almost half the time was spent on playing with blocks. We built the portal together. We built the Batmobile, and then opened up a Scooby Doo pack and built the power-up Scooby Snack and Mystery Machine located within. We then hit the Wizard of Oz world, with Batman's head comically poking out the top of the Mystery Machine. In any game within the toys-to-life genre, there's sometimes an unspoken question: is this also a great toy or just a great game? In LEGO Dimensions' case, the answer is easy: it's both.

Gamereactor – 8
 

Lego Dimensions has entered into a competitive genre, with two well-established franchises already enjoying plenty of success, but it brings something new to the table and comes well supported by a back-catalogue of appealing properties. It might be the most expensive option on the market, but for our money it's also the best. It's also the finest game in the series since Lego City Undercover, and one we're looking forward to revisiting again as more content drops.


Videogamer – 8
 

LEGO Dimensions is the most fun I've had with a LEGO video game since the whole idea was new back on the PS2. It's full of cool new ideas and a story rammed with iconic references and witty humour.

Gamesradar+ – 7
 

Lego Dimensions is the ultimate Lego game, a charming adventure that has glaring flaws. Its portal is a delight, but the reminders of the areas you’re missing out on grate.

Metacritic